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[music] ♪ >> dana: hello everyone. i'm dana perino. it is 10 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five." kathy griffin intended to create a national fire storm. she did and it backfired resulting in public scorn, the loss of sponsor ship and gigs. both donald trump expressed
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their disdain and today, she was the one that was wrong in a tearful press conference. >> this bully and this president of all people to come after me. he picked the wrong red head. if you don't stand up, you get run over and it is happening in this country and the president of the united states and his grown children and the first lady are personally -- i feel personally trying to ruin my life forever. you know him. he's never going to stop. it is quite clear to me that he is attempting obstruction and i'm going to be collateral damage. i'm not going to have a career after this. i will be quite honest, he broke me. [crying] . i said this is not quite right
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and there is a bunch of old white guys that are trying to silence me and that's wrong. you shouldn't try and silence a comic. >> dana: do you think that she planned the whole thing out? >> this is an incredible, incredible orchestration and this is so fake. the fact that she can't again rate tears when he is crying and the apology is fast and scripted. there was a lawyer with her to create the victim -- the victim hood story line and she is now joan of ark. and all of a sudden, the story
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and the narrative is built for her. this was planned and premeditated and it is so sad that this is what she has to do because she is so irrelevant. she thinks that she is a comic and never explains the actual joke. >> dana: what did she intend? >> we have no idea. the excuse is that it is a joke. we all have that excuse. the comedian shouldn't have a right to be crass or crude. and she had the picture of the decapitated head of a president and she is claiming that she is bulletlied. i have to hand it to her. >> dana: the thing is there are woman who are bullied and
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unfairly attacked and she made a mockery today. >> kimberly: she told their truth and having worked as a prosecutor of real victims and i commend president trump from saving us from having to watch or listen to her. she went up there and put on this performance and it was god awful and it was so fake and organize straited and nothing genuine about it. she is going after the family and in terms of her behavior and i don't understand why she is not willing to accept any personal responsibility for her conduct and she is not the victim, she is the perpetrator. >> dana: and i thought that the
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president's and first lady's reaction were kind of mild. let's listen to this. >> don't kill the comedian. we didn't mean any harm. the world is filled with people who mean you harm and we sit and give them a pass. you understand what i'm saying? i know that she made a mistake and we are all going to make mistakes and you need in because she is going to make you laugh. >> dana: i agree and she made the apology and she is the one that brought it up with the press conference today. >> it is press 101. you don't fuel the fire and obliterate any apology that you had. >> you take a vacation.
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>> you take a vacation and i think that she wants to be the next rosie o'donnell. that's possible and when you live in a can con and you live in world of trump hate and cross the line in a decent society and society says, no, you can't do that. your job is done. you know, you wake up kathy and this is the real world and the media created an atmosphere like this and one of their own is paying >> kimberly: saying the plans next month and he said that he's not going to have her there. so, there are consequences for
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her actions. >> to me, you see people ranting and lots of people have condemned her. and going back to what jamie foxx said and it is not funny. i think that you generated similympathy for donald trump i this act. >> kimberly: she did. >> to me, it seems to me that cnn and the left have come down harder on her than anybody. anybody came down on ted nugent on the right. i think that it is interesting to me if you look at who is defending her. and kimberly was talking about
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baron to generate sympathy from the trump camp. i see the former cnn host and say it was comedy and she was offensive and let it go. >> dana: don't you think that the apology would have been fine if she had not gone forward and ti filed a lawsuit and said that she was a victim. >> did she file a lawsuit? >> dana: i don't know. >> kimberly: the public figure and she didn't apologize directly to the president and to her fans and she was not sincere and she should have left it and now, she has made it worse and pretend that she was a victim, even though it was her own personal choice.
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>> dana: why the lisa bloom stunt? what is she doing there? >> kimberly: to have the lawyer by them. >> dana: even if she didn't plan to file a lawsuit? why have a lawyer? >> kimberly: because i have a legal regress and the appearance that she has some kind of action. >> the whole ideal of civil discourse is no web in our country, this woman is a prorock tore and she has been thrown off of shows. the press machine knew what she was all about. she made a sexist comment about
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jesus and 10-year-old dakota fanning and gave her paycheck back to cnn because she used the f word against a 4-year-old boy. it is very convenient. >> i wish that the right would do that. >> we do. >> i think that it would be really interesting if donald trump tweeted -- you should tell him this tomorrow morning when he calls her. >> dana: i don't advise him. >> don't destroy her. it will change the narrative and blow people's mind and it is a real, simple win. >> trump takes the high road. >> exactly. she apologied and let's let her live her life.
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>> dana: it teaches you the power of forgiveness. in the short-term, let it go. that would be amazing and she would be very lucky if that happened. >> she thinks that she advanced her career. >> kimberly: she wants to keep it going. [laughter] [talking all at once] [laughter] >> dana: coming up, president trump takes on the world by pulling out of the paris climate. of course. some folks are in melt down mode. we are going to show you after this. did you know slow internet
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comcast business. built for business. . [music] ♪ >> it is president trump vs. the world. the world has eh resulted in full blown hysteria on president trump's decision to pull out of the paris climate accord. trump calls it an unfair deal that hurts the american taxpayers. the let disagree. >> what can be described as a dark speech and 4 or 5 dark speeches. >> the bible tells us to minister to the need and an act
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of worship and to not do so, dishonors the god and that's what we are doing. walking away from the paris climate accord. >> we know that we have to decar minutize our future. if not, people are going to die. >> okay, so people are going to die. the president has said that the healthcare plan is going to kill people and now, his budget is going to kill people. >> they never were read that story by their parents and shelly steele has the phrase, planet of truth. if you ask people what is the global mean temperature, they would not know. it is 59 degrees and if you
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asked them if it is warmer or can colder than 7,000 years ago. they would not know. it is cooler now than 7,000 years ago. and the hottest temperature ever. if you asked them what the increase was, they wouldn't be able to tell you and every single year it is within the margin offer roar and it is not increasing. those are called real truths and the poetic truths is the chaos and the hysteria. if you read the facts about the temperatures and the reality of our past, it is all bs. >> wow. i don't want to repeat that. do you want to respond? >> he made a comment. i'm getting fired up inside.
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>> dana: that's green. >> yeah. green. i just think and greg, you are talking about when the earth was created and fires bloomed everywhere. [laughter] that's what you said. >> greg: i said 7,000 years ago in a different era. come on. relegous man. >> i'm going to tell you this, if you still want to fight with nasa. >> greg: you are so desperate. >> you don't have the facts. >> greg: you have the opinion. >> you know what you give me? arrogance and stubbornness. >> greg: what is the global mean? >> it doesn't matter. >> greg: it does matter. i don't care what you think. i disagree. >> yeah, you disagree. >> greg: you don't even know the
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extreme weather changes. >> excuse me -- let me just tell you something. because you know what? >> you just got destroyed. >> yeah, but let me say this. when you look at the reality and i don't think there is any question. no, i'm not cops sending. >> this is not going anywhere. >> dana: this isn't about real climate science, it is about money. and who would contribute to funds and obviously, the un and other european countries are upset because we were supposed to contribute. why should we have to pay this? this wasn't a good deal to begin
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with. it doesn't mean that president trump won't examine the issue and look at the science behind it and decide what type of agreement he feels comfortable for american to be a part of. not one that places an undue burden on our country and that is equal and proportion nate. >> let me say that major american oil companies like mars and cities are saying this was a mistake and will hurt our economy. >> dana: major oil companies and mars. >> i can mention more hewlett
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pa p pacard and on. >> supporting the paris agreement, including president obama had domestic politicals in mind. and today, he's talking about the world and really, he's a new leader and remember, this all goes back to domestic politics and we are nullifying an insignificant agreement that was nonbinding. they got to the paris agreement because they couldn't get anything else. i'm sorry, president obama didn't send it to our congress because they wouldn't have approved it. so, they tried to go around it.
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we are basically walking america down a path to be committed to the other agreements in terms of the economics. i don't think that the white house did a good job of explaining that. it became about the drama, instead of explaining to the people why exactly the economics didn't make sense. >> and trump did that, but it was very much so about the trump announcement. >> their arrogance failed to explain and also, i think that we can agree on this. we have to continually look at the science and invest in r and d. cheaper renewable energy. >> yeah! >> greg: that's what i'm talking about. it is the economy and the economics. >> dana: by the way, if
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president trump didn't with draw from the paris accord, we would have seen numerous lawsuits with people trying to implement the american government. >> and he cares about the environment with the walk back to washington, d.c. >> let me respond to greg and the american business leaders and with donald trump and said this is something that we want and it is good for american business and good for america. >> the controversial travel ban has now reached the supreme court. up next.
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♪ >> dana: welcome back. president trump's temporary travel ban is now in the hands of the supreme court. banning the travel from all six muslim countries. >> we are confident that the president's executive orders are within his lawful ability to protect the country from terrorism. >> kimberly: dana, what do you think of this? >> dana: this petition would take too long -- i'm not crying. it is eye droops. and the fourth circuit has said
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no. and it is time for the supreme court to get some clarity and move on from there. if they have to revise and rewrite what they want, so it is constitutional, then great. if not, the supreme law of the land can say this is constitutional. >> kimberly: what do you think greg? >> greg: i think that it is important that we are having the conversation and saying that everyone is zeno phobic and when you are afraid of terrorism and we should not let a fab bring kated guilt of a law where we are flawed. we have to divorce ourselves
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from liberal guilt and say no terrorists allowed. no islamics allowed. >> kimberly: what do you think? the timing? >> i think that it is good timing and i think it is going to flip and they said that it is going to be held up in the supreme court. they said that trump was co lewding with rouse -- rouse ya and the new subpoenas are making the spying scandal even more so. the constitution says that congress has the power regulate immigration and any class of
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citizens considered to be detrimental to the united states citizens. >> that's unbelievable. i didn't think that anyone thought that the truarch administration was on place with the tax reform. i'm with ya, but i don't think that the rest of the world is on pace. greg, there is a big difference between being somehow inhibited with liberal guilt and history and learning from the mistakes that we have made in the past. >> greg: we have. >> the judge said that with relior religious intolerance and discrimination.
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>> greg: you are complaining islamic terror with islam and saying that you want to banter orrism. >> that's not what i'm saying. >> greg: it is. >> that's what president trump said. >> greg: 50 islamic countries are fighting raisism. >> i'm just say something the united states that we don't have to discripple -- discriminate against anybody. since the cart has stopped holding oral arguments until september. it is going to get held over. >> dana: i don't think so. the national security needs an answer on this. not just for americans, but
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those traveling to those countries. >> kimberly: ahead, the ladies at the view can't seem to tell the difference between american
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[music] ♪ >> oh my goodness. arguments over music. the hosts of the view chiming on r in on the president's travel ban. >> you can't deny others rights. >> it is done all of the time. look, how is this different from
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the taliban and what is the difference between us and the people that we are fighting? >> wow, a heads up to the view crew on what it is like to live as a woman under sharriah law. banned from participating in politics and can't even speak publicly. >> dana: mutilation. >> i don't even wan to go there. >> kimberly: it goes to show you their claims. >> there is no comparison to sharriah law and saying that the
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president can force it everybody. >> kimberly: the doctrine is to not discriminate against religious freedom and something they are owe opposed to on the basis of their religion. >> as an employee, you are living under the doctrine of your employer. donald trump has said all along that he believes in birth control. >> yeah, if you are working for someone like that, you are probably reading off of the same script when it comes to that stuff. i want to write the view, because i might write a book one day. [laughter] some of the things they say is
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not real analysis and they throw the word taliban and null and they get clicks online and it is not real and then, they write a book. >> for the sake of argument, abortion rates went down dramatically when there was greater access to birth control under obamacare. >> dana: it doesn't mean that you wouldn't have access to that medicine, birth control, or whatever you are looking for, the patch, through other means. they, the republicans are saying to give greatest access
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over-the-counter. the taliban gun down girl's schools and gun down young boys, even. when we are talking about the civil discourse being at low ebb, the left has discourse and so does the right. >> being a playboy and you can't trust him. >> oh my gosh. >> how did this get there? >> this is a political expedient move by trump? >> i don't know. here's how i feel about these insurance companies or this policy. if this product weren't so readily available and expensive,
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then things wouldn't be this way. like let's say your plan or coverage didn't allow for accidents, but if you get a job and pay for the little things and let the insurance handle the big things. that's the only way that the insurance is going to work in the long run if we handle the small things like the doctor visits and birth control and it is a simple solution and this other stuff is just noise. >> kimberly: get a savings account and pay for it out of that.
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>> greg: facebook friday. we answer your questions now. why waste time? if you woke up with the powers of superman, what would be the first thing on your to do list? >> all of theter orrist attacks,
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so they could not plot or plan. >> greg: what about you jesse? >> i'm going to sensor myself. >> i like when he blows the ice. that's pretty cool. >> how about the planet, keep it from warming. >> that's perfect. >> kimberly: are we skipping juan? >> juan: i would like to go and get north korea's nuke's and throw them in the ocean. ultimately, what i would really like to do after this show, i would go over to greg's house
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and go and get greg out of his bed and take him up and say, greg, look at the icecaps melting. it is a fact. >> greg: we know about the population. [laughter] >> dana: i'm like a companion and we are like a little salt and pepper shaker. remember the time you asked me what i would do if i was invisible. if i was superman, i wouldn't need to be superman. i could say, here i am. >> greg: i could go to my apartment and it would be really easy to move my furniture around and look under the fridge and see if there is anything underneath it. >> dana: that's true.
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>> greg: or spin the earth and go back in time to not have that chili. and this is a good one. if you could be a character in any fiction book, who it would you be and why? >> kimberly: if i could be a character? >> greg: yes. in any fiction book. this is where you can be really edgy. >> kimberly: i don't want to be edgy. you know what i love? little house on the prairie. >> greg: you would be great on little house on the prairie. [laughter] yes. it's true. what about you juan? fiction book? >> juan: well, i think invisible man is the greatest work of american fiction in the 20th
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century, but i really identify with the character and identify with people who are great detectives like robert parker spencer. and those kind of people, yeah. >> greg: i like pulp. >> juan: you like pulp fiction? >> greg: yeah. what about you? [laughter] a fictional character. i'm trying to be really intelligent. [laughter] >> kimberly: good luck! >> dana: your mom is waiting. >> greg: i don't know. i don't know. [laughter] >> dana: is that the only book that you read? >> greg: i only read nonfiction. dana?
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>> dana: i'm good with maggie hope from the maggie hope series. there are like eight now and i lou these books. the maggie hope series. >> kimberly: we have decided that you are going to have to read the questions ahead of time. [laughter] >> greg: i would be lady chatterly's lover. nobody even knows what that book is. "50 shades of grey." [laughter] >> dana: superman's special powers. you won't see these folks at the post office. they have businesses to run. they have passions to pursue. how do they avoid trips to the post office? mail letters, ship packages, all the services of the post office right on your computer.
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>> dana: time now for one more thing. kimberly's is most important, but i will go first. getting a number of offering her tickets to the stanley cup games and the man on the other side said that he sent the text to the wrong number. the tickets at9 and they took the man on the offer and rushed to the arena and were given seats behind the goalie.
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that's a really nice thing, right? >> i had to pay him pack and brought t roy to new york and swamp strike back. you are going to see on saturday night at 8 o'clock. here's a clip. >> have you ever been on the subway? >> no. >> everybody is looking at us. is it because i voted for trump? >> you have trump written all over you. feel better? >> i'm going to kneel down and kiss the ground right now. >> dana: he's a nice guy. >> nice guy. >> dana: juan? >> juan: time to say good-bye to one of our first fox colleagues, jenna lee.
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look at her. during her tenure year, she has covered a variety of stories. everything from the statue of liberty and the george washington bridge and she is saying good-bye after ten years and she has been a fantastic journalist. so, jenna, all the best from here at fox news channel. >> greg: this is going to kick your eyes out. anyway. let's look at this. etiquette news and when you are at the gym, it is really important when anybody is doing yoga or a provocative exercise that you don't sit and stare. >> kimberly: stare? >> greg: that's the gym.
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look at them, they are staring at her. that's rude. disgusting stalkers. >> kimberly: talk about getting mad at other stalkers. all right. it's time for can i remember -- it is national donut day. here are some donut facts from our brain room, so must be true. donuts were known as oily cake. they first appeared in 1803 and this is interesting for the russian conspiracy stories. did you know that? these are from dunkin' donuts.
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all right, set your ♪ >> president trump valving victory takes political -- to the nation's highest court. this is "special report." ♪ >> good evening, welcome to washington. i am james rosen sitting in for bret baier. it's up to the highest court of the land for the president trump's so-called travel band will be the law of the land. placing a temper -- has lost in the district at the appellate court levels. all this comes out where after


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